Author:Samuel Johnson (1649-1703)

Samuel Johnson

English divine and political writer

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  • Julian the apostate being a short account of his life, the sense of the primitive Christians about his succession and their behaviour towards him: together with a comparison of popery and paganism (1682)
  • An Humble and Hearty Address to all the English Protestants in the present Army (1686)
  • A Comparison between Popery and Paganism (1687)
  • A Way to Peace among all Protestants (1688)
  • The absolute impossibility of transubstantiation demonstrated (1688) (external scan)
  • Purgatory prov'd by miracles collected out of Roman-Catholick authors : with some remarkable histories relating to British, English, and Irish saints : with a preface concerning the miracles (1688)
  • Reflections on the History of passive obedience by Samuel Johnson. (1689)
  • Julian's arts to undermine and extirpate Christianity together with answers to Constantius the Apostate, and Jovian (1689)
  • Remarks upon Dr. Sherlock's book, intituled, The case of the allegiance due to soveraign princes, stated and resolved, &c. (1690) (external scan)
  • An argument proving, that the abrogation of King James by the people of England from the regal throne, and the promotion of the Prince of Orange, one of the royal family, to throne of the kingdom in his stead, was according to the constitution of the English government, and prescribed by it in opposition to all the false and treacherous hypotheses, of usurpation, conquest, desertion, and of taking the powers that are upon content (1692) (external scan)

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